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Men's Lambswool Jumpers
Men's Lambswool Jumpers
Men's Lambswool Jumpers

Soft & Robust Scottish Lambswool Jumpers

Men's Lambswool Jumpers

The Cordings collection of men’s lambswool jumpers are a warm and stylish staple of the British gentleman’s wardrobe. Pair our classic knitwear with country shirts, country trousers and tweed jackets.
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The Cordings collection of men’s lambswool jumpers are a warm and stylish staple of the British gentleman’s wardrobe. Pair our classic knitwear with country shirts, country trousers and tweed jackets.

Lambswool Jumpers

How do you wash lambswool jumpers?

To wash lambswool, begin by filling a basin or sink with lukewarm water and add a small amount of mild detergent suitable for wool. Submerge the lambswool garment in the water and gently agitate it with your hands, allowing the detergent to penetrate the fibres. Avoid twisting or wringing the garment, as this can cause stretching or misshaping. After soaking for about 10-15 minutes, drain the soapy water and refill the basin with clean lukewarm water. Rinse the garment thoroughly until all soap residue is removed. Gently press out excess water without wringing and lay the garment flat on a clean, dry towel. Roll up the towel with the garment inside to absorb additional moisture. Finally, reshape the garment and lay it flat to air dry away from direct heat or sunlight.

What is the difference between lambswool and merino?

The main differences between lambswool and Merino wool lie in their origins, fibre characteristics, and applications. Lambswool specifically refers to the first shearing of young sheep, typically around seven months old, while Merino wool comes from Merino sheep known for producing fine, soft fibres.